Staring at a computer screen all day can take a toll on your eyes. Whether you work in an office doing administrative work on a computer, or like me, spend countless hours writing away at home, eye strain can catch up to you. New glasses designed to reduce "visual eye fatigue" and "computer vision syndrome" helps reduce the onset of eye strain and headaches, and if you don't normally wear glasses, give you the intelligent air of a glasses wearing academic.
The eye strain reduction glasses by Gunnar Optiks are based on a unique technology that increases screen contrast, and generates a sharper digital image to reduce eye strain and headaches for those of us who spend our lives in front of the computer. Fortunately, with former staff members of Oakley involved with Gunnar Optiks, they've kept in mind that glasses aren't all about function, but fashion too. Consumers of their unique, functional eye strain reduction glasses can choose from 4 different designs and in many cases pick their frame color preference.
Gunnar Optiks eye strain reduction glasses may seem too good to be true, but according to reviews really do seem to reduce headaches and eye strain by creating a more clear, sharp computer image in those who are susceptible, and make looking at the computer tolerable even after the onset of a headache.
As a migraine suffer, I could seriously see myself benefiting from Gunnar Optik's fashionable and functional glasses; and next time my husband comments on my casual work-at-home wardrobe of yoga pants and sweatshirts, I can't point out my trendy new accessory; fashionable glasses that enhance my intelligent look. You can find these at Amazon.
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Via: HighTechDad Blog